As most of you know, I have started selling Beautycounter. Ugh. I know. Annoying. Another multi-level marketing company to bombard you. I get it. I was you; I am you. I had written it in stone that I would never, could never sell anything for a MLM company.
In fact, I had these same thoughts when I attended a party a few months ago in which they were selling Beautycounter products, among other things. Despite my frustration walking up to the beautifully displayed Beautycounter table, I had already been thinking about switching up my skincare and makeup routine for cleaner, safer products, so I figured, why not support my friend and give it a try? Needless to say, I caved.
So I did it. I bought three Beautycounter products, thinking that I was doing a good deed. I knew that Beautycounter products were safer and cleaner; I mean the founder pushes for stricter regulation in the beauty industry for gosh sakes. I felt good about my purchase, but also skeptical that these 'clean' products may not actually work. In the past, I hadn't had the best experience with clean products because they didn't match up to the chemically-infused ones, and usually ended up switching back to my former routine.
But I decided to give Beautycounter a chance. Waiting for my products to be delivered, I was actually anticipating their delivery... like any woman would. They finally arrived and I gave them a try. Shock horror, I was beside myself when I realized these products were not only safe and clean, but that they were also equal to or greater than my existing skincare and beauty products. You think I'm lying. I get it.
After I became intrigued with Beautycounter over the next few days, my girlfriend followed up with a phone call asking if I wanted to sell their stuff. I then got off the phone and told my husband, absolutely not. I mean, I loved the products, but seriously... a MLM company? Heck-to-the-no. I vowed I would never hold my friends hostage, right? But then I had another voice in my head telling me that these products actually work. And not just that, more and more women are looking for safer alternatives that actually work. I felt that Beautycounter was the answer. It was good stuff and I couldn't deny it.
So like any fool, I called my girlfriend back up and told her that I was in. At the very least I could recoup my investment and all would be fine in the world. I purchased a huge bundle of stuff from Beautycounter and waited for it to arrive. It came and I've been trying out the products like a kid in a candy shop. Suffice it to say, I am impressed by everything the company stands for - the more I learn - and the effectiveness of the products! I don't want to sell you on it, but if, like me, you've had this little voice in your ear urging you to buy cleaner, safer products, I encourage you to give Beautycounter a shot.
Daily Makeup Routine
Okay, so what is in the video? This is my first video... really ever. So excuse the editing glitches and weird lighting switch up. I tried my best, but at the end of the day, I wanted to capture a video of my new and improved makeup routine featuring Beautycounter. Below are the products linked if you are any interest. And also my Beautycounter account because ... what the heck! <3
Beautycounter Tint Skin
Beautycounter Dew Skin
Beautycounter Matte Bronzer
Beautycounter Blush Duo
Beautycounter Concealer Touchup Pen
Beautycounter Eyeshadow Duo
Beautycounter Volumizing Mascara